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Bath Time: Books For Kids

Looking for a list of the best children's books about bath time?

Children’s literature has many notable options when it comes to bath time. To help you find the right books for you and your young reader, we’ve compiled a list of the best kids books about bath time.

Our list includes board books, picture books, and chapter books. Board books are best for babies and toddlers from ages newborn to 2 or 3. Picture books are generally great options for toddlers and for preschool and kindergarten age children. Picture books are especially enjoyable for adults to read aloud with young kids. The chapter books on our list are generally best for elementary through early middle school age tween kids. You can filter to sort by the best book type for your kid.

We hope this list of kids books about bath time can be a helpful resource for parents, teachers, and others searching for a new book!

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Sloppy Takes the Plunge
Written & illustrated by Sean Julian
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

Everyone loves a good hug and a good bath! Sloppy the tree dragon doesn’t want to take a bath. “Being mucky is what a tree dragon is all about.” Could it be that getting clean is nearly as fun as getting dirty?

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Bubble Blast
Written by Kallie George & illustrated by Oriol Vidal
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-6

It’s bath time for two little ducklings and one big dinosaur! Spike loves soap, but Feather and Flap don’t want to scrub. What will Spike do to make getting clean fun for everyone? This short, sweet, and very bubbly story will help show kids how much fun bath time can be.Duck, Duck, Dinosaur: Bubble Blast is a My First I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for shared reading with a child.

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The Pigeon Needs a Bath!
Written & illustrated by Mo Willems
picture book
Recommend Ages: 3-7

The Pigeon really needs a bath! Except, the Pigeon’s not so sure about that. Besides, he took a bath last month! Maybe. It’s going to take some serious convincing to try and get the Pigeon to take the plunge.

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Little Oink
Written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal & illustrated by Jen Corace
board book
Recommend Ages: 2-5

Little Oink is a neat little fellow. Clean, clean, clean, that’s all he wants to do. But Mama and Papa won’t have it! They say in order to be a proper pig he has to learn to make a proper mess. What’s a little pig to do? Now available as a board book, Little Oink shows Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Jen Corace applying their traditionally wry humor to the issue of cleaning up, in a laugh-out-loud romp that is sure to make readers giggle with recognition.

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Bath! Bath! Bath!
board book
Recommend Ages: 3-6

Bath time is fun! fun! fun! in this playful board book! Today we had such fun! fun! fun! But now the day is done! done! done! After a fun-filled day, it’s time to go home and take a bath! From washing tiny toes and your little nose to making rubber ducky go quack! quack! quack!, bath time is fun! fun! fun! The rhyming text makes this the perfect read-along story to get little ones excited for bath time.

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  • Something Smells! - Elliot wakes up one morning to the most terrible smell. But what could it be? Find out in this gentle introduction to hygiene that’s stinkin’ adorable! One morning, Elliot wakes up and smells something awful. Is it the trash? No… The dog? No… Dad? His sister? The baby? Grandma’s famous gerfartzenschanffel? No, no, no, and no! Elliot searches high and low for the something that smells, but he just can’t find it, and it’s driving him and his nostrils crazy. Almost as bad, now his mother wants him to take a bath, which means taking off his super cool skeleton costume that he’s been wearing since Halloween! The funny thing is, after Elliot finishes his bath and Mom puts his costume in the wash, something doesn’t smell anymore…

  • Just Me in the Tub - Taking a bath is a big job. Mercer Mayer’s famous Little Critter works hard to do it right in this funny picture book. Little Critter has a mountain of tub toys to remember, stuffed animals to line up so they can watch, bubble bath to pour, a floor to flood, and so much more. What will Little Critter find at the end of his huge effort? A dry and cozy finale.

  • Bad Kitty Gets a Bath - Pet owners beware! Bad Kitty really needs a bath, and she is forced to take one in this hysterical new illustrated how-to for young readers. The following are some items you will need for Kitty’s bath: one bathtub, plenty of water, dry towels, a suit of armor, a letter to your loved ones, clean underwear (because stressful situations can cause accidents), an ambulance in your driveway with the engine running, and, oh, yeah, you’ll also need Kitty . . . but good luck with that! Kitty is at her worst in this riotous how-to guide filled with bad smells, cautionary tales of horror, and hopefully by the end . . . some soap.

  • Bathtime for Twins - Bathtime fun, times two! An adorable duo heads for the tub in this board book companion to Playtime for Twins. Splashy, sploshy, splish. We are little fish! A delightful set of twins show what a blast bathtime can be in this playful board book. Expect grins and giggles from little ones as these funny siblings splash, have tea, play peek-a-boo, and more, until it’s time to say “good night.” Bubbly, rhyming text from Ellen Weiss and soft, charming illustrations by Sam Williams bring this playful story to life.

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The Princess in Black and the Bathtime Battle
Written by Shannon Hale and Dean Hale & illustrated by LeUyen Pham
picture book
Recommend Ages: 5-8

Something smells like trouble! Can five princess heroes and one Goat Avenger pool their talents to vanquish a monstrous stink? The Princess in Black is in a very stinky situation. A foul cloud is plaguing the goat pasture, and it smells worse than a pile of dirty diapers or a trash can on a hot summer day. But every time the Princess in Black and her friend the Goat Avenger manage to get rid of the odor, they accidentally blow it to another kingdom! Other masked heroes and their trusty companions show up to help, but how do you battle a stench when your ninja moves fail? Fans with a nose for slapstick will be tickled to see the six stalwart friends join their wits to take on an impossibly beastly stink.

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Tubby
Written & illustrated by Leslie Patricelli
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-3

Hooray! SPLASH! Leslie Patricelli’s beloved Baby is back!It’s time for a bath! Whee! And Baby obliges as only he can, playing with bubbles (and using them to make facial disguises from Santa’s beard to bunny ears), imitating a motorboat, and letting Mommy wash his single hair. And what would tubby time be without running away naked and shiny clean–only to be scooped up and tickled? A beloved bedtime ritual takes on new joy in Leslie Patricelli’s bright artwork, exuberant language, and simple, familiar scenes.

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Bathtime for Biscuit
picture book
Recommend Ages: 2-5

Everything is ready for Biscuit’s bath – except for Biscuit! He wants to roll in the mud and play with his friend Puddles. Will Biscuit ever be clean?This adorable puppy continues to grow in popularity with readers – and listeners! Bathtime for Biscuit has sold over 300,000 copies. The accompanying tape is a lively companion for children just learning to read.

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Bathtime for Little Rabbit
Written & illustrated by Jorg Muhle
board book
Recommend Ages: 1-3

Who enjoys having their ears washed? Little Rabbit doesn’t like the idea, but it turns out to be not so bad after all. But he does need our help. When the dryer breaks, we have to blow his ears dry. Wfffff! Again! Now wrap him in the towel and bathtime is over. Squeaky clean, Little Rabbit! This follow-up to the bestselling Tickle My Ears is another perfectly simple interactive board book that invites the reader to take charge of bathtime: turn on the shower, cover Little Rabbit’s eyes, wipe the water off his nose, and rub him dry.

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When Your Lion Needs a Bath
Written by Susanna Leonard Hill & illustrated by Daniel Wiseman
board book
Recommend Ages: 2-4

When your lion needs a bath, you have to be pretty sneaky! This charming and hilarious board book highlights the many ways to get your lion into that tub! Does your lion need a bath? When your lion needs a bath, you must be a little sneaky. After all, have you ever met a cat who likes water? So gather up your towels and rubber ducks and get that lion into the tub! But be careful…or you just might end up in the bath, too!

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  • Pig the Stinker - Pig the Pug and his best friend Trevor are back for another hilarious adventure in the bestselling series!In this hilarious adventure, Pig the Pug STINKS! Pig likes to be smelly, so he rolls around in the garbage, laps up spoiled milk, tracks dirty paw prints all over the house, and even sticks his head in the toilet! But enough is enough! Pig’s owner tries to get him to take a bath, but Pig refuses! Pig has a plan to stop up the tub, but when it backfires, will Pig get clean after all? Rich with author-illustrator Aaron Blabey’s signature rhyming text and unforgettable illustrations, Pig the Stinker is a laugh-out-loud story that teaches Pig – and readers – an important (and hilarious) lesson, just like in the five previous books in the series (Pig the Pug, Pig the Winner, Pig the Elf, Pig the Star, and Pig the Fibber).

  • Big Red Tub - It’s bathtime for Stan and Stella, but too many friends want to join them in the big, red bathtub. Stan and Stella are having lots of fun in the big, red bathtub. And soon all of the animals want to join them. First Dog, then Lion, and soon Kangaroo wants to come in, too. But when Hippopotamus tries to fit, the bathtime adventure begins.

  • Mud Puddle - A brand-new look for a classic story. First published in 1979, this was the first of Robert Munsch’s oral stories to be turned into a book. Since then, it has made countless children (and adults) all around the world laugh out loud. When Jule Ann goes outside, a mud puddle jumps on her and gets her dirty all over. No sooner does her mother scrub her clean than she ventures out again, only to be pounced upon by the pesky mud puddle. The cycle continues until finally Jule Ann gets the better of the mud puddle with cheerful ingenuity and two bars of smelly yellow soap. Lively, clever artwork by award-winning illustrator Dusan Petricic gives this bestselling picture book a fresh and energetic look that will charm a new generation of young readers.

  • Maisy Takes a Bath - Very young children will go crazy for Maisy — and bathtubs! Maisy and her friends act out the lively adventures young children have — or dream of having — every day. In Maisy Takes a Bath, Tallulah doesn’t want Maisy to take a bubble bath just now. She wants her to come out and play instead. What will Maisy’s friend do next? Here’s another very good reason to be crazy for Maisy!

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Dive In!
Written by April Jones Prince & illustrated by Michelle Berg
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-3

It’s a busy day on the construction site, and these industrious mice are up to something big! But what are they working on? Bold, colorful illustrations and recognizable vehicles with moving parts add to the fun, with hidden clues for the careful observer. Is that red paint . . . or red sauce? Is that a construction pit . . . or a drain? Children will delight in guessing their way to the end, when the final spread reveals a carefully constructed surprise. It’s favorite vehicles meet lunchtime and bathtime in these novelty board books with interactive mechanisms.

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The Tub People
Written by Pam Conrad & illustrated by Richard Egielski
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

Meet the Tub People - the father, the mother, the grandmother, the doctors, the policeman, the child and the dog. Each day they stand in a line on the edge of the bathtub. Until one evening, when the child is in danger and the Tub People must come together…only their unsinkable spirits can save the day.

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Hogwash!
Written by Karma Wilson & illustrated by Jim McMullan
picture book
Recommend Ages: 3-6

He washed the horses, ducks and cows The goats, the cats and dogs. Everything went dandy… Until the farmer reached his hogs.

“No hogwash for us today. Pigs love dirt - so go away!”

Farmer’s stubborn pigs refuse to be hogwashed, and no matter what he tries, poor Farmer cannot trick them into getting clean! But when several failed attempts leave him stuck in the mud, our determined farmer realizes his hogs may have been on to something all along… sometimes a mud bath is even better!

New York Times best-selling author Karma Wilson’s clever rhyming verse will engage parents and kids alike as Jim McMullan’s illustrations bring to life these delightfully mischievous pigs with a penchant for all things muddy!

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Rudie Nudie
Written & illustrated by Emma Quay
picture book
Recommend Ages: 0-5

‘One, two Rudie Nudie, Rudie Nudie in the bath…’ Emma Quay captures all the joy and energy of childhood in this irresistible rhyming tale. With its charming illustrations and lively text, ‘Rudie Nudie’ is destined to become an instant family favourite.

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How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth
Written by Michelle Robinson & illustrated by Kate Hindley
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

Things can get a bit messy when you try to wash a woolly mammoth. Follow this step-by-step guide to successfully clean up your hairy friend. Be forewarned! A mammoth’s tummy is terribly tickly. Young readers and parents alike will appreciate this hilarious bath time adventure in How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth.

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  • Time for a Bath - No matter what kind of messes a little bunny experiences through the day, bath time makes things fresh and new.

  • How Do You Take a Bath? - Perfect for fans of Five Little Monkeys Jump in the Bath, this fun and educational picture book brings together adorable baby animals and bathtime. How do YOU take a bath? Does your mama comb your fur? Do you shake off all your dirt? Do you splash and flap and quack? Do the birdies peck your back? No! Follow elephants, pigs, monkeys, hippos, and more in this charming rhyming picture book from veteran author Kate McMullan. How does a pig take a bath? It sinks in the mud! What about a chicken? It thrashes about in dust! And a cat? Why, it licks itself clean, of course! Sydney Hanson’s adorable illustrations toggle neatly between animals in nature grooming themselves and humorous depictions of children attempting the animals’ bathing tactics. By the end of the book, the child finally makes his way to the bathtub, no mud baths or lick baths about it!

  • I'm Not Taking a Bath - “Egg doesn’t want to take a bath, until Peep convinces her to”–

  • Cowpoke Clyde and Dirty Dawg - Cowpoke Clyde’s house was completely clean—he’d even shooed off the horseflies: “Then right behind his cookin’ pot, / he spied one thing he’d plumb forgot: / ol’ Dawg, his faithful, snorin’ friend, / all caked with mud from end to end.” Needless to say, Dawg wakes up and runs. The chase that follows—with page-turn surprises—makes for a hilarious shaggy-dog story involving fleas, a hog, bribery, cats, deception, and a mule. The rhyming stanzas are pitch-perfect, Texas-style, and plumb near cry out to be read aloud. Austin’s expressive acrylic and colored-pencil caricatures of Cowpoke Clyde and his menagerie are priceless. A storytime shoo-in!

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Five Little Monkeys Jump in the Bath
Written by Eileen Christelow
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-3

The best-selling Five Little Monkeys are getting into trouble yet again - this time while taking a bath in the latest board book addition to the enormously popular series with more than 8 million books sold. When five little monkeys eat some ice cream and play in the mud, they become icky, sticky monkeys . . . and Mama says it’s time for a bath! But even after those silly little monkeys scrub themselves clean, they find a way to get mucky all over again. Toddlers will giggle over the wild monkey antics, rhyming refrains, and expressive, up-close monkey art in this brand-new board book.

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Bears in the Bath
Written by Shirley Parenteau & illustrated by David Walker
picture book
Recommend Ages: 2-5

Splish! Splash! Sploosh! The adorable stars of Bears on Chairs and Bears in Beds are back, and they’re ready for bath time. Or are they?

Water, soap, and sponge are there. The bath is ready. Where are the bears?

The four little bears are grimy, dirty, and covered in mud! But when they see the bath and Big Brown Bear ready to scrub, they back away. “We don’t want a bath,” they say. Will those grungy bears ever get in the tub? Whether bath time’s a favorite time of day or a fraught one, this fun-to-read rhyming story and the silly antics of impossibly cute bears will make a splash with toddlers and parents alike.

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Walrus in the Bathtub
Written by Deborah Underwood & illustrated by Matt Hunt
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

A first, worst impression leads to a lasting friendship in this hilarious picture book romp from the author of the New York Times bestselling Cat series and The Quiet Book. Things you’d expect to find in the bathtub: 1. Soap bubbles 2. Rubber duckies 3. Shampoo Things you don’t expect to find in the bathtub: 1. WALRUS As it turns out, once a walrus settles in for a nice long soak, it’s pretty darn hard to get him out. What’s a family to do? This silly-sweet story will keep readers giggling as a family tries–and tries again!–to evict their unexpected houseguest… before finally realizing why he’s there in the first place.

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Pirates Don't Take Baths
Written & illustrated by John Segal
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-3

This perfect story for bathtime is now available as a board book!

For any young child (or pig), there are few things more excruciating, more traumatic, more torturous than bathtime. And this little pig is putting his hoof down. No. More. BATHS. But how can he possibly accomplish this? Well, by being someone else, of course. After all, everyone knows that pirates, astronauts, and knights in shining armor–just to name a few–never, EVER take baths. Now if only he can convince his mother . . .

This humorous story is the perfect choice for kids and parents who know all too well the never-ending struggle of bathtime.

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Roy Digs Dirt
Written & illustrated by David Shannon
picture book
Recommend Ages: 3-5

Woof! Meet Roy, an adorable white dog who is wild about digging, digging, digging in the dirt!David Shannon’s picture books are loved for their endearing characters and laugh-aloud humor, and Roy’s charming naughtiness will remind readers of what they love about Shannon’s No, David!, a bestselling Caldecott Honor Book about a boy with a nose for trouble. Although it’s a smelly task for those who have to constantly bathe him, Roy’s happiness centers on his very favorite thing-dirt-and from sunrise to sunset, he burrows in it, rolls in it, and digs up buried treasures. There’s terror in every terrier, and when Roy runs into the house after being sprayed by a skunk, he faces the dreaded bathtub. Readers will see themselves in Roy’s childlike delight each time he makes the biggest mess ever.

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  • Mrs. Wishy-Washy's Christmas - Mrs. Wishy Washy is back, and she wants her animals to be clean and shiny for Christmas. In fact, if they don’t take a bath, they won’t get their presents. It’s cold in the barn, but Duck knows where to find a better bath, with warm water and pink bubbles.

  • Get Out of My Bath! - Ellie the elephant loves to have fun in the bath, but she’s not the only one. A crocodile decides to join her, followed by a flamingo, then a mouse, and even a tiger! Instructions to tilt, shake, and shout encourage a fun, interactive experience.

  • Baby Animals Take a Bath - Sometimes bath time means a roll in the mud, and sometimes it’s a plunge in the snow. Little ones learn how baby animals friends clean up.

  • Grumpy Pants - Have you ever had a grumpy day and not known why? Penguin is having a grumpy day like that. No matter what he does, he just can’t shake it! Sometimes the only thing left to do is wash the grumpy day away and start over. The simple text and lively illustrations are the perfect cure for even the grumpiest of days.

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Smelly Bill
Written & illustrated by Daniel Postgate
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-8

Bill the dog loves smelly things, like muddy ponds and rubbish bins. Will the arrival of Great Aunt Bleach put an end to his smelly ways, or will Bill live to stink another day?

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Swim with Little Fish!
Written & illustrated by Lucy Cousins
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-3

Whether in the bath, at the table, or on the go, the youngest sea explorers are sure to love visiting Little Fish with this alluring waterproof edition that’s soft, squishy, and sturdy–ideal for babies and toddlers at bath time, high-chair time, or anytime. Full color. Consumable.able.

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Daddy's Cheeky Monkey
Written by Andrew Daddo & illustrated by Emma Quay
picture book
Recommend Ages: 0-4

A delightful picture book about all the cheeky names daddies give to their little ones. Someone’s pretending to be asleep, but Daddy’s cheeky monkey is awake and soon the whole house will be a zoo! From the team who brought you GOODNIGHT, ME comes a gorgeous picture book about the cheeky names daddies give to their little ones.

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Bathtime Mathtime
Written by Danica McKellar
board book
Recommend Ages: 2-5

Learn at home with help from The Wonder Years/Hallmark actress, math whiz, and New York Times bestselling author Danica McKellar using her acclaimed McKellar Math books! Bathtime will be squeaky clean and sneaky smart fun in this original board book that gives your toddler a head start on learning math, all as part of your daily at-home routine! Take one messy baby, two busy feet, three rambunctious friends, four wayward ducks, and five floaty bubbles–and get a tubful of fun as one family’s bathtime routine turns into a nightly ritual they can “count on”! Danica McKellar uses her proven math success to show children that math is all around us as she cleverly introduces the early addition concept of “counting on”–the idea that when we add 1, we can get the answer by simply counting on to the next number. This next book in the McKellar Math line shows that even washing your hair can be full of math fun!

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Good Night Bedtime
Written & illustrated by Adam Gamble and Mark Jasper
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-3

Good Night Bedtime highlights reading stories, putting on pajamas, taking a bath, brushing teeth and hair, feeding pets, putting toys away, stuffed animals and blankies, wishing upon a star, singing lullabies, sweet dreams, coloring, counting sheep, talking about the day, nightlights, getting tucked in, hugs and kisses, and more. This charming board book puts little ones to bed in a soothing and loving way. Children will recognize all their favorite bedtime rituals and may even learn a few new ones. Shhh, it’s bedtime! This book is part of the bestselling Good Night Our World series, which includes hundreds of titles exploring iconic locations and exciting themes.

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  • I am a Puppy - The classic board book I am a Puppy is back—fully reillustrated and ready to be embraced by a new generation of children. Join Bruno, an adventurous puppy, as he plays with friends, leaps in the snow, takes a bath, and more! With simple words and adorable illustrations, this is perfect for toddlers.

  • Little Bunny's Bathtime! - Little Bunny doesn’t want a bath with his brothers and sisters, but he does want mommy’s attention. He tries over and over to get Mrs. Rabbit to notice, but she’s busy bathing the other rabbits. Finally, Little Bunny falls into the tub, and Mrs. Rabbit rushes to help him. Little Bunny gets his bath, and he gets his mommy all to himself.

  • I Dig Bathtime - When the dust has settled and the day is done, Excavator is ready for bathtime. It’s so much fun! Trucks dig bathtime! Join Excavator and the other construction trucks as they scrub-a-dub-dub away the dust of the day with a well-earned bath. Adorable yet accurate illustrations will have kids peeking through the bubbles to identify Crane, Backhoe, Bulldozer, and more! You’ll dig bathtime too!

  • Bathtime - For many young children (and sometimes their parents), bathtime is a chore. Kids can think of a million things they’d rather be doing than take a bath. The latest title in the Pull and Play Books(TM) series provides reassurance and support through gently humorous situations, showing children that bathtime is not only essential but oodles of fun! Children will identify with the feelings voiced by Little Crocodile and his friends- whether it’s keeping their hair dry or not wanting to stop playing. Using pull tabs to control the changing pictures, young readers are empowered to apply their newly learned knowledge to their own experiences. Look, Mom and Dad, no more tears!

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Wash On!
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-7

Young fans of not-so-obedient heroines like Olivia and Eloise will fall for the mischievous Petronilla who spreads chaos and color around the world. One day when Mrs. Gillis is giving her daughter a bath, Petronilla cries, “Wash on!” “Wash off, dear,” Mrs. Gillis corrects her. But Petronilla’s words seem to have power. The blue of the washcloth has stained the girl’s cheek. And that is only the beginning. Colors start transferring between every object Petronilla touches. And every person. And every person who touches an object that has been touched. Before long, the entire world is a spreading mess of colors, and only Petronilla can stop it. But will she? Translated from Barbouillette by Michèle Marineau, Wash On! is a gleeful adventure with an appealingly mischievous heroine. Manon Gauthier’s mixed-media illustrations are both innovative and charming, inviting young readers into a world where the words of a child have the power to change everything.

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Bathtime
Written & illustrated by Courtney Dicmas
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-3

Bathtimes can be wild, especially when animal babies are involved! Sometimes messy, often chaotic and always exhausting, they offer perfect bonding opportunities – of a kind!Courtney’s wacky style and eye for detail perfectly illustrate the fun, laughter and love shared each day in family life.

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Hair-Pocalypse
Written by Geoff Herbach & illustrated by Stephen Gilpin
picture book
Recommend Ages: 4-7

Second-grader Aiden Allen has seriously wild hair; in fact it keeps forming itself into weird shapes, and interfering with his school day, and nothing he says will make it behave–until finally Aiden and his hair come to a compromise that involves washing.

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Bath Time!
Written & illustrated by Sterling Childrens
picture book
Recommend Ages: 1-3

A photographic book for when your little one says: I don’t want to take a bath! Entice your reluctant bather to the tub with this irresistible book of adorable animal photographs! Each one of these cute creatures–from a muddy piglet (“I’m not that dirty, am I?”) to a resistant raccoon–says no to bathing. But there’s no way around it; they must get squeaky clean. By the end, everyone concludes that baths aren’t so bad after all!

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How to Give Your Cat a Bath In Five Easy Steps
Written by Nicola Winstanley & illustrated by John Martz
picture book
Recommend Ages: 3-7

In this hilarious and clever “how-to” from the creator of “Cinnamon Baby, “ a little girl and a know-it-all narrator (who really doesn’t know it all) are thwarted by a cat who refuses to take a bath. Full color.

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